Even in the best of budgetary times, classroom teachers are often in need of an assortment of educational games for reinforcing learned concepts. The teacher can accumulate files on a variety of such games inexpensively and with a minimum of storage need. The games are prepared on file folders and when not in use store flat in a file drawer or box. The labels for each game are clearly visible so that even the youngsters can retrieve them with little difficulty. The labels can be pictures or symbols for nonreaders and printed titles for children already acquiring recognition skills.
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